Minister Dimitrov received clear support for the new reformist Government from the United Kingdom, MFA says
- Wednesday, September 13, 2017 7:51 PM
Skopje, 13 September 2017 (MIA) - During his two days visit to the United Kingdom, Foreign Affairs Minister Nikola Dimitrov was given a positive message of support for the reform agenda which the Government is undertaking, the Foreign Affairs Ministry informed on Wednesday.
"In the numerous meetings the Macedonian delegation had with significant political actors in the United Kingdom, Macedonia was recognized for the correct orientation of the country, among others by Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs for Europe Sir Alan Duncan, the members of the House of Lords Foreign Affairs Committee and Labour shadow Foreign Minister Fabian Hamilton", the MFA said in its press release.
Minister Diimtrov also met with representatives of the Macedonian diaspora in London and attended a reception in the Macedonian Embassy in honor of Independence Day.cc/19:50
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